Slipping
Oct
25
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping
Oct
26
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping
Oct
27
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping
Oct
28
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping
Nov
1
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping
Nov
2
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping
Nov
3
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping
Nov
4
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping
Nov
8
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping
Nov
9
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping
Nov
10
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping
Nov
11
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping
Nov
15
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping
Nov
16
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping
Nov
17
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping
Oct
21
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping
Oct
20
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping
Oct
19
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping
Oct
18
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping
Oct
13
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping

Slipping  

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Slipping - SOLD OUT!!!
Oct
12
7:30 PM19:30

Slipping - SOLD OUT!!!

Slipping   - SOLD OUT!!!

By Daniel Talbott

October 12-November 17, 2018

Directed by Andrew Klaus Vineyard

Eli is 17, out, and a budding photographer in San Francisco.  After his father’s death, Eli and his mother move to Iowa to begin a new life.  A flirtation with a popular high school jock holds potential for real love, but Eli is haunted by a previous relationship and by the legacy of his parents’ marriage and his father’s death.  Slipping is a love story for the modern age, a powerful evening of theater that reminds us that coming out is only the first step in the journey to finding your true self.  

*This show contains full frontal nudity, violence, and scene depicting self harm.

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Girl in the Red Corner
Jun
2
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner
Jun
1
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner - Canceled
May
31
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner - Canceled

Just this evening's performance. The rest of the weekend is still happening as scheduled.

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner
May
27
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner
May
26
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner
May
25
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner
May
24
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner
May
20
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner
May
19
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner
May
18
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner
May
17
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner
May
13
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner
May
12
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner
May
11
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner
May
10
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner
May
6
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner
May
5
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner
May
4
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner - SOLD OUT!
May
3
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner - SOLD OUT!

SOLD OUT!

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner
Apr
28
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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Girl in the Red Corner - SOLD OUT!
Apr
27
7:30 PM19:30

Girl in the Red Corner - SOLD OUT!

SOLD OUT!

By Stephen Spotswood

Halo has been knocked down: she recently got out of a terrible marriage and quit her dead-end job two weeks short of getting unemployment because her boss was sexually harassing her.  Her life changes when she meets Gina, a trainer at the local MMA gym.  As Halo begins to train, her inner warrior emerges, complicating her relationships with her mother and sister and challenging her image of herself.  Defunkt’s own Paul Angelo directs the West Coast Premiere of this extraordinary new play by Stephen Spotswood (In the Forest, She Grew Fangs).

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The Pride
Mar
17
7:00 PM19:00

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

Please enter through Common Grounds coffee shop.

Suggested ticket price $20

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The Pride
Mar
16
7:00 PM19:00

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

Please enter through Common Grounds coffee shop.

Suggested ticket price $20

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The Pride
Mar
15
7:00 PM19:00

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

Please enter through Common Grounds coffee shop.

Suggested ticket price $20

Reserve your seats!
View Event →